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A motivated pharmacist with a real passion for healthcare and the ability to develop and grow a pharmacy business.  Experienced in maintaining administrative records such as pharmacy files / patient profiles and in providing excellent customer care by  accurately dispensing prescribed medications by calculating, weighing, measuring, and mixing ingredients. Able to advise patients on medication brands, medication storage, medical equipment and health-care supplies. Currently looking for a suitable pharmacist vacancy in a modern well equipped pharmacy.

Work experience


bangkok hospital
Oct 2013Oct 2015

          Able to put skills learnt on the degree course into practice through assisting in the dispensing of drugs. Responsible for the collection of prescriptions from wards, checking the requirements and accompanying the pharmacist on the delivery round. Developed the accuracy skills and attention to detail required as well as excellence in customer service, confidentiality and clarity in explanation.


Chulalongkorn university
Aug 2007May 2013

Pharmacy MPharm 

A levels: Maths (A) English (B) Technology (B) Science (C)


The primary goal of anyone working in pharmacy is to dispense medication in a quick and accurate manner. Accuracy is more important. Giving the customer the right medication and the right dosage can be a real matter of life or death. Some medicines have serious or fatal side effects when a patient combines them with other medicines or takes them in large doses. An eye for detail and staying alert will serve you well in a pharmacy. These skills are essential whether you’re distributing medication or putting patient information into the computer.

Most pharmacies today are connected to the internet. Computers allow medical providers to send prescriptions electronically. Likewise, computers also allow for easier storage of customer data, insurance information and inventory counts. You must be comfortable using a computer if you plan to work in a pharmacy.

In some pharmacies, the pill counting is still done by hand by the pharmacist. In most cases, the pharmacist delegates those duties to a certified pharmacy tech who uses a pill counting machine to get the job done. The pill counting machines offer more accurate, more efficient counting. Operating the pill counting machines requires some training, both in school and on the job.

No matter how knowledgeable you are about medicine and the human anatomy, you must be able to interact well with the customers. Strong communication and interpersonal skills are essential to working successfully in health-related settings. You will interact with people every day, including your colleagues, patients, physicians and other healthcare professionals. People who work in a pharmacy work as a team, so you must have a team-oriented approach to your work.